Staying in? Learn Something New!
Check in here to find resources for free online classes, reading lists, and more to keep your mind active during this time of suggested physical-distancing.
Hundreds of classes in the disciplines of the humanities and thousands of classes on a range of subjects! Click the button above to learn more!
This free, online course, taught by lauded Harvard professor Michael Sandel, explores critical analysis of classical and contemporary theories of justice, including discussion of present-day applications. Click the button above to learn more!
Check out this list of 15 strange books for uncertain times from Humanities Washington. Quite reflective of the times we've found ourselves in. Click the button above to learn more!
The Library of Congress has a massive collection of digitized articles, newspapers, photos, maps, and more. If you're looking for resources, definitely check here! Best of all it's free!
The UND Writers Conference has put together a Virtual Conference of past readings and panel discussions. Check out all the prolific authors who have come to UND in celebration of writing through their digital collection!
A collection of books that support emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed.
April is National Poetry Month. Dive into all things Emily Dickinson by touring her home virtually through the Emily Dickinson Museum or perusing scans of her original, handwritten poems through the Emily Dickinson Archive.